Help Us Make Boating Better


A sign being installed which reads, Wear It. Always wear your lifejacket.

North OKC Bassmasters


North OKC Bassmasters of Norman, OK used grant funds to produce and install 20 signs encouraging boaters to wear life jackets.

Fueling instructions for our stop the drops clean water grants.

Oyster Bay Power Squadron


Oyster Bay Power Squadron of Plainview, NY used grant funds to educate boaters about sewage discharge by distributing laminated educational cards and placing signage at fuel docks.

Help keep New Hampshire's Waters Clean

Blue Ocean Society


Blue Ocean Society of Portsmouth, NH used grant funds to print brochures and signs for the 'Boater Awareness Project' that educated boaters on local clean water issues.

Monofilament recycling program in Texas

Seadrift Sail and Yacht Club


Seadrift Sail and Yacht Club of Port Lavaca, TX used grant funds to create mini monofilament recycling bins that were distributed to local boaters.

Two kids wearing lifejackets

Safe Kids Greater Toledo


Safe Kids Greater Toledo of Toledo, OH used grant funds to produce an ad campaign containing boating safety messages and boating safety course availability that will be shown on local movie theater screens.

A bottle washed onshore which reads, think before you drink.

Going Coastal


Going Coastal of New York, NY used grant funds to create a 'Boat Sober NYC' campaign to educate boaters on alcohol and boating safety.

A highway billboard reads, Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers

Wildlife Forever of Brooklyn Center


Wildlife Forever of Brooklyn Center, MN used grant funds to create 2 billboards in the Great Lakes region using the Stop Aquatic Hitchhiker's campaign.

A cartoon showing 3 kids in lifejackets reads, When on the river...wear your life jacket. Twelve and under...It is the law. Be Safe!

USCGA of Durango, CO


USCGA of Durango, CO used grant funds to create the 'On the River' poster and distribute it to local businesses.

A banner for the Water Safety Day at Union Point Park in Craven County, NC.

Safe Kids Craven County


Safe Kids Craven County of New Bern, NC used grant funds to hold a Marina Day event to promote boating safety, especially to children.

View of a blimp which has written on it, Life Jackets Float, You Don't

Barren River Regional Water Safety Council


Barren River Regional Water Safety Council of Glasgow, KY used grant funds to produce a blimp containing safety messages.

A drawing of a powerboat which reads, Wear It! It saves Lives!

USCGA of West Grove, PA


USCGA of West Grove, PA used grant funds to promote life jacket use through a poster contest at local schools.

A stop sign reads, Stop the spread of Aquativ Invasive Species!

Pennsylvania Sea Grant


Pennsylvania Sea Grant of Chester, PA used grant funds to develop and print zebra/quagga mussel watch cards, snakehead watch cards and boat washing posters.

Image of a boat with two kids fishing. They are being video recorded for Redwood Empire Public Television of Eureka, California.

Redwood Empire Public Television


Redwood Empire Public Television of Eureka, CA used grant funds to produce 5 TV PSAs on various boating safety topics.

A woman on a dock in California holds a sign which reads - Please Don't Dump...Use The Pumps.

Bay Foundation


The Bay Foundation of Morro Bay, CA used grant funds to print signs to direct boaters to the nearest pumpout stations, bilge water pumpout stations, and oil recycling centers.

Two boys install a sign which reads, Keep our waterways tangle-free: Recycle your fishing line responsibly.

Tropical Audubon Society


The Tropical Audubon Society and local Boy Scouts of Miami, FL used grant funds to constructed monofilament fishing line recycling bins and installed them at fishing piers.